Rain or Shine
Sundays, 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
May 6 through November 18, 2018
Fairlington Community Center
3308 S. Stafford Street
Arlington, VA 22206
FDA Food Code 6.501.115 prohibits live animals, except certified service animals, from being brought into farmers markets. Please leave your canine companions snuggled up at home, or be prepared to secure your pet at least 20 feet from the market boundaries.
What's Happening at the Market
The market is located in the heart of South Fairlington on the back patio of the Fairlington Community Center at 3308 S. Stafford Street, Arlington, VA. Residents can easily walk to the market or make use of the bike lanes or Capital Bikeshare located throughout the neighborhood. The market is easily accessible by Metrobus on Route 22A which stops directly across from the Fairlington Community Center (click here for the Sunday bus schedule).
If you drive, please be a good neighbor and avoid parking directly in front of the residences across from the community center. Street parking is available along S. Utah Street, 32nd Road, in the community center parking lot and along Quaker Lane.
All vendors at the farmers market accept cash payments. For a list of payment methods accepted by each vendor, please visit our vendor page to look up a specific vendor. There are several ATMs located nearby - along Quaker Lane, in the Bradlee Shopping Center (just across King Street) and in Shirlington (along Campbell Avenue).
While the building is closed on Sundays, restrooms are open and are located on the exterior of the building at the back of the community center parking lot. There is also a playground near the parking lot market entrance. Picnic tables are spread around the grounds, and there is a walking path around soccer field so you can walk off any pastries you gobbled up during your market visit. And thanks to Arlington County, there is free wifi available at the Fairlington Community Center and on its grounds.
The Fairlington Farmers Market is held on Sundays from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm, May 6 through November 18
on the back patio of the Fairlington Community Center.